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... this year because of what he learnt in his studies and how the bible viewed such things, the brother now has seen how urgent it is to resume the study with this man. How encouraging it is when you hear such experiences to keep carrying on in the preaching work. We also had the chance this week to go and preach to some "pregnant" territory ( I think the brother meant virgin territory when he was explaining it) it was a mix of us mazungus and also ...
... terrain. Bugata Camp (4,062m) - with its solid facilities including good toilets and flickering solar lights - is beautifully situated high above Bugata Lake, with views across Lake Kopello to Weismann's Peak.
Day 4 - Trek to Butawu Camp via Bamwanjara Pass (6.2 kilometres)
After breakfast, we climbed back into our muddy gear to climb a steep rocky gradient into an area with several long flat bogs of tussock grass, before climbing further ...
This hike started at the crack of dawn and went on and on for 8.5 hours. We started out with two local guides, one was from the National Park and brought his rifle in case of forest elephants. That is a recurring theme for all hikes in this area.
Explore Tours description from brochure:
"After an early breakfast head to Kazingo where you start the hike at 7:30am (Packed lunch). Climb Karangora Peak at 1500m, following the Mpanga ...
... disappeared when he was 5 years old so his grandmother and siblings helped raise him
He remembered his mother only ever having one dress and she would wash it out every night.
After the 5th child, rural families usually do not send their children to school as it becomes too big a financial burden to bear. A school uniform needed to be bought as well as some books. It's unfortunate that this ...
... of mashed corn, mashed banana, rice, bread, bean stew, peanut sauce, mixed veggies and sweet potato. It is in their tradition that all the food must be eaten, but this is an impossible task, there is SO much food, and its all heavy and starchy, we fail miserably at the task. After eating what we can, we give our thanks for inviting us into their home and head back to camp. The food sinking like a stone, and eyes getting heavy, we take a ...